The Big Book of Poker: In-Depth Knowledge for Winning Strategies (Paperback)
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Want to win big at the poker table?
Written with precision, simplicity and humour by a leading professional player, The Big Book of Poker is the best way for you to fall in love with the game and move from a being a regular loser to a confident winner. And there is no better teacher for you than poker expert and game theorist Dario De Toffoli.
Put the odds in your favor using Dario's common-sense approaches and advanced concepts, including easy-to-memorize poker math. You'll soon be able to recognize and take advantage of different player types, be a master at betting and bankroll strategies, and put your best foot forward at final table play.
Never sat down at the table before? Don't worry Dario ensures that you won't get lost in the thicket of call, pot and all in. You'll find all the rules, winning strategies and culture of Texas Hold'Em (no limit and fixed) are given pride of place throughout the book. He'll even make sure you look like a professional while you learn by explaining table etiquette and the history of the game, plus you can impress your friends with your knowledge of poker in cinema.
About the Author
Dario De Toffoli is one of the best games players in the world. He won the Pentamind World Championship at the Mind Sports Olympiad in both 2002 and 2012. De Toffoli is also the author of numerous books on games ranging from Backgammon to Poker and Blackjack, and is the founder of games company Studiogiochi.
'To this day poker maintains a mystique that separates it from other games. De Toffoli suggests that it may be because poker is the game that best represents real-life competitions. In this 282-page tome, he tells us everything we need to know about the game and how to play it at all levels. Beginnning with the history of poker, he covers everything from dress codes to fitness to mathematical expectation to playing a tournament. The book contains simple diagrams and charts throughout to make the material visually understandable. This seems like a millenial trend waiting to happen.'
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